Monthly Archives: August 2011

Henry Vane and Gene Sharp Welcome You to Boston–Revisted

I originally wrote the basis of this article last February during the uprising in Egypt when I was in Boston visiting my son who is attending Berklee College of Music. With the further events coming out of the Middle East, … Continue reading

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Rip Tides of Volatility

Volatility. You cannot turn on a news report or search the internet and not hear or read something about it. We don’t like it. We spend our lives trying to figure ways around it or methods to control it. Whole … Continue reading

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On Being Flexible

History in the United States is short and still moving outward. It is still being written as it expands. I knew a couple of my Great Grandmothers growing up. They were born in the late 1800’s. Their parents were alive … Continue reading

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The Rhythm of Conflict

I enjoy solving conflict. I have always been one those people who other people find when they have an issue they want to discuss and resolve. I can be in a crowded restaurant half-way around the world and the guy … Continue reading

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Just Being Present

There seems to be the thought that being first at something is the preferred method. It is entrenched in our psyches from birth, whether it’s little league sports, being the head of the class or making the most money. It … Continue reading

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